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Would you sink so low as to use bottled salad dressing? Erica Wides hopes not. On a brand new Let's Get Real, Erica Wides looks into the foodiness factor of the salad dressings that so many Americans like to pour on their "salads" these days. Find out out why the kale craze gets Erica's approval but why grilled chicken breast should never ever be put in your salad. This program was sponsored by Cain Vineyard & Winery. Music by Four Lincolns.

"Why can't we as a species evolve beyond the consumption of just chicken breasts? They have other parts, you know?" [6:00]

-- Erica Wides on Let's Get Real


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Salad bars aren't rocket science, but getting them right calls for careful, common-sense assembly with the right ingredients. If you've listened to Salad Bars Part 1 (and we suggest that you do), maybe you're wondering if you can get salad bars to work in your district--or work better. Let's Move Salad Bars to Schools can help. Need equipment donation? Technical assistance? A community of practice? You've come to the right place. This program was brought to you by Bonnie Plants.

"78% of the districts that we surveyed reported increased purchases of fruits and vegetables after implementing a salad bar. The goal here is to provide more access to fruits and vegetables to kids." [07:00]

--Mara Fleischman on Inside School Food

"With good education and signage - you do not have excess waste at salad bars." [20:00]

--Ann Cooper on Inside School Food


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Today's episode of Radio Cherry Bombe is all about women who grow food and are committed to making the world full of great produce! Host Julia Turshen is hanging out with Katie Baldwin and Amanda Merrow, the ladies of Amber Waves Farm and Julia Sherman, an artist who runs SaladForPresident.com. The mission of Amber Waves Farm is to produce organic, healthy, nourishing food for the local community and to provide the public with an educational outlet to learn about the joyful process of growing food by using the land as an outdoor classroom. Salad For President is a website where gardening and culinary collaboration serve as a platform to discuss creative production in its varied forms. This program was brought to you by Edwards VA Ham.

"When I was younger I'd take kumquats off the trees in California.. there are very sticky food memories that stay with you as an adult." [17:00]

"We have linked up with a lot of other women in food - we're all a part of this tidal wave of excitement and change in food." [19:00]

--Amanda Merrow on Radio Cherry Bombe

"The shisito pepper is the new Kale." [23:00]

--- Amanda Merrow on Radio Cherry Bombe

"Salad is a low barrier for entry - if it was baking for president it might be harder to find people with stories to share." [38:00]

--Julia Sherman on Radio Cherry Bombe


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